When we are thinking about a trip or vacation, stoners and potheads always consider the connection we will make throughout those times with the weed we prefer so much and ask ourselves inquiries like “Is it legally available in that country?” or Does the possession of weeds in that country have serious consequences?
When we embark on a trip or holiday vacation, the last thing we want is to have difficulties with pot issues. Being aware of where is a reliable place to store weeds for personal use, as well as what is the prevailing law in that particular country, is imperative.
Stoners and potheads will no longer have to travel with fear and be able to move harmoniously around the world, without fear of taking some joints for personal use.
These are the countries where possession of weeds is legal, decriminalized, or simply has minimal consequences such as an administrative fine.
Jamaican Happy Weeds
Jamaica is a gorgeous island with stunning beaches, rivers, and waterfalls. The home of reggae legend Bob Marley. As far as weed is concerned, the possession of up to 45 grams has been decriminalized. There is a small fine if one gets into trouble with it. If a pothead possesses more than the fixed amount, stoners can get into more severe trouble because the penalties are harsher and they can be arrested for trafficking.
Stoners and potheads can also visit the museum dedicated to the king of reggae. This is the place where Bob Marley and his family lived. It is kept in impeccable condition, a real tribute to the most famous Jamaican person with the permission of Usain Bolt.
As far as weed is concerned, the possession of up to 45 grams has been decriminalized. There is a small fine if one gets into trouble with it. It is possible to get into a more serious problem if a traveling pothead possesses more than the fixed amount. This is because the penalties are tougher and visiting stoners could be accused of trafficking. Of course, there are numerous clubs and places where potheads and stoners can enjoy weeds with a particular state of mind.
If a visiting stoner is thinking of disconnecting from the routine on a Caribbean island and wants to enjoy a weed vacation, Jamaica may be a destination to consider.
Legal Weeds At Trinidad and Tobago
Resolutions are also coming to drug policy in the Caribbean nation of Trinidad and Tobago. At the end of December 2018, Prime Minister Keith Rowley affirmed weed decriminalization in Trinidad and Tobago.
This decision will allow all adults residing in the island nation — to possess, use, and cultivate autoflowering strains in private. In his ruling, it does not legalize pot sales, nor does it legalize “illegal drugs or other illicit activity.”
The Virgin Islands For Patient
The recently enacted Virgin Islands Medical Cannabis Patient Care Act permits patients undergoing certain conditions and who have obtained a doctor’s certificate to buy, possess and use medical weeds. Local patients will be entitled to possess up to four ounces of dried flowers. And there’s a provision that also allows attending patients to hold up to three ounces.
Potheads Coffee In Colombia
Under Decree 613 endorsed by representatives of the ministries of Justice, Health, and Agriculture, weeds may be used for medicinal purposes, allowing Colombia’s first licenses to raise weeds legally. The government permits the cultivation of up to 20 plants.
Cities like Cartagena, Bolívar, Antioquia, or Santander are places that stoners and potheads should experience at least once in their life. If a pothead likes coffee, Colombia has some of the highest quality delicious coffee in the world.
A worthwhile idea is to visit the Katíos National Park, declared a World Heritage Site, to delight themselves with its dream landscapes and incomparable marine biodiversity. If a stoner wants a bit of culture, do not forget to visit the Botero Museum, an extensive collection of art in the place where the artist was born.
It is comforting to know that if a visiting stoners and potheads asks a tour guide where they can get some joints, he probably will not even answer. They know how occidentals treat weeds and prefer not to promote it to avoid undermining certain islands in the Caribbean.